UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS 

PROMOTE WELLNESS. PREVENT ILLNESS. PROVIDE CARE.

The University of Delaware School of Nursing offers several opportunities for students to become registered nurses through rigorous and flexible pathways that lead to a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Nursing. All of our programs are rigorous and competitive. The UDSON also offers a pathway to for Registered Nurses to attain a bachelor’s in nursing through an on-line flexible RN-BSN program.

The School of Nursing offers three types of undergraduate programs:

Traditional Undergraduate Program

The traditional undergraduate program is designed for pre-licensure students who desire a bachelor’s of science degree in Nursing. This is a four-year on-campus program and students are directly admitted to the Nursing program, beginning their Nursing curriculum as freshman.

Accelerated Degree Program

The accelerated degree program is a 17 month on-campus program designed for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in another field and wish to pursue a bachelor of science degree in nursing.

RN – BSN

The RN to BSN program is an on-line program designed for registered nurses who want to attain a bachelor of science degree in nursing.

Coming in Fall 2019 – Direct Entry Master’s in Nursing (pending UD Faculty Senate Approval)

The Direct Entry Master’s in Nursing program is a 2 year on-campus/hybrid program that is designed for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in another field and with to obtain licensure as a Registered Nurse through attainment of a Master’s Degree in Nursing.

Student Participation

Are you interested in being a student representative on a School of Nursing committee?
This position allows valuable student perspectives.